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Somehow, I must have clicked something that makes my line wrap (M-q) insert text. Here is an example:

line I want to wrap:

- also copied it into the loop that gets executed every time - now we always get degraded results!

results of wrapping:

- also copied it into the loop that gets executed every time - now we
- so it is something to do with unlocking/reset/locking mechanism ..always
- so it is something to do with unlocking/reset/locking mechanism ..get
- so it is something to do with unlocking/reset/locking mechanism ..degraded
- so it is something to do with unlocking/reset/locking mechanism ..results!

How do I turn this off??

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Ugh, finally figured out what I did! I hit C-x . at the end of a line -> this invokes set-fill-prefix, and applied the entire line. To undo this I moved to the beginning of a line and hit C-x . again. This cancelled the fill prefix.

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